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Architecture in Canada
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Canada's geography is highly diverse, and there are thus important differences in architecture. In most of Canada building materials are abundant, and the price of lumber and stone are low. The major exceptions are the prairie and the far north, where wood is in short supply. In the early history of the prairies the shortage of wood led to farm houses built of sod and urban structures to be far more frequently built of stone. In modern times the transportation systems has made most building materials easily available on the prairies, and today lumber is as standard as in the rest of the country. In the far north transportation costs of all goods are extremely high, and any construction project is expensive.
For the most part Canada is secure from major natural disasters that affect the architecture of other nations. However, the Canadian climate needs to be taken into account for every structure. …
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